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Helping the Pugs at NZ Pug Rescue HQ

Cause page created in the Animals category by Brenda Gordon


$9,865 donated

Given by 73 generous donors in around 8 months

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Providing care for those Pug Dogs who need a new chance at life.

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We have been helping Pugs in need for some 20 years and costs are often high, especially with the special needs dogs we care for.

We take in Pugs of any age, including elderly and those with health conditions. Those who are unable to be placed into suitable loving homes remain in our care for their remaining years.

Providing honest educational information on the Pug breed is also another important aspect of helping Pugs and the people who may wish to own one, or need help in understanding the special needs this breed has.

Use of funds

Donations are used towards a variety of needs including: vet care, quality food and specialist diets, cleaning products, (disinfectant, laundry liquid, poop bags etc), travel costs.

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Latest donations

  • Jason

    Jason on 10 Sep 2019

    $50

    With lots of pug hugs from Pepper & Piper

    $50

  • Sharyn

    Sharyn on 01 Aug 2019

    $100

    With love from Molly the Frug and her loving Mum & Dad ❤️

    $100

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 18 Jul 2019

    Private

    Private

  • EllaThePug

    EllaThePug on 18 Jul 2019

    $100

    $100

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 17 Jul 2019

    $62

    $62


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This page was created on 17 Feb 2019 and closes on 17 Feb 2020.
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